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and there won't be down through your ♪ through your fingers
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♪ and take another [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: jack's mannequin.
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thank you, gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] >> from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac --
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, everybody. welcome to late night. thank you for being here. we've got a great show. i appreciate it. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. big, big, big, big election news, you guys. last night mitt romney won the new hampshire primary with 39% of the vote. he said the voters of new hampshire have spoken loud and clear, and said, "well, this is all we've got. might as well fill it in." after iowa and new hampshire, mitt romney's campaign is now 2 for 2. after his performance last night, rick perry's campaign's merchandise is now 2 for 1. so, it's just -- you can get a foam finger, key change, and i forget -- i forget the third one, oops. [ light laughter ] hey, did you guys hear about this? google is launching a new type
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of search result that gives personal information about each user. it's weird, if you google gary simmons, it's like, "did you mean gary simmons who cries at the end of 'titanic.'" it's like, oh that's personal. in more tech news, there's talk that myspace is planning to launch its own web tv service. and if you think that's exciting, then you must work for myspace. [ laughter and applause ] check this out, walmart is now offering free tax advice at more than 3,000 -- [ laughter ] -- at more than 3,000 of its stores. finally answering the question, "where can i get tax advice, kitty litter, and a shotgun at all one convenient location?" [ cheers and applause ] this is pretty cool. mercedes is putting a facebook app in its new cars that will alert drivers if their friends are close.
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yeah. [ light laughter ] it's like, hey, facebook says that doug is nearby, i wonder where -- doug! doug! hey, buddy. call me later, dude! i just saw this. a new study found that last year america's obesity rate actually went down. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. the study was conducted by that one researcher, a guy who hasn't been to the mall in a year. [ laughter ] and finally, according to the magazine "the advocate," salt lake city is the gayest town in the u.s., which explains that new basketball team the utah jazz hands. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we've got a fun show tonight. we love her so much, she has a new show on oprah's own network, rosie o'donnell is here! [ cheers and applause ]
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this is a good, good dude. he stars in the hit show "blue bloods," donnie wahlberg is back on "late night" tonight! [ cheers and applause ] and we've got some great, great, great music from robin thicke in the house! [ cheers and applause ] he's a stud. but before we get started, in case you haven't heard, we're taking our show on the road for the first time ever. we're going to indianapolis for the super bowl, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] very exciting for us. we wanted to do something really big that week, so we teamed up with subway, and came up with this idea called subway subs across america. i thought of this. i thought it'd be genius. all you have to do -- it's very easy. you just tape yourself in front of some iconic landmark in your area, in your state, catching a foot-long sub from your right side, and then passing it off to your left side. and then what we do, we put all the videos together, and it will look like we passed the sub across america. i thought it was pretty genius.
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yeah. we already started getting awesome videos. we have one right here. check this out. see, she gets it there, golden gate bridge, flip-a-doodle, under the leg. that's not even required. that's a bonus move. [ applause ] so, here's the deal, send in your video. it's easy. if your video is our favorite, you're going to win a one-year supply of subway, and a catered party for you and your friends during the big game. it's pretty awesome. [ cheers and applause ] good prize. we want to get all the videos from all 50 states. so go out and make your own. upload them to subway. let's do this, america! let's go! [ cheers and applause ] i think that will be super fun. hey guys, do you ever like wonder what celebrities are whispering to each other when they're on the red carpet? or at press conferences, something like that? well, we have too. and that's why we sent our entertainment correspondent from the uk, mr. peggy hess, with his highly sensitive microphone, he
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has these really sensitive microphones, and he gets out there and he can get -- he can get to the bottom of it, and see what these people are whispering about. that's right, it's time for "celebrity whispers." here we go. ♪ [ camera shutter ] [ whispering ] >> celebrity whispers. >> hello. i'm peggy hess, and welcome to "celebrity whispers." shh. [ camera shutter ] [ whispering ] >> billy boy. >> barack-ey balboa, what's up? >> you were so wasted last night. that party was insane. >> i woke up with garfield tattoo on my lower back. >> yo, that's crazy. >> you're buying next time, though. in your dreams, billy. >> celebrity whispers. [ camera shutter ] >> hey, did you set the dvr to record "ernest goes to camp"? >> which one is that? >> it's the ernest movie where he goes to camp. >> oh, of course, of course. yeah, i did. >> do you think it will be better than "ernest goes to jail"? >> oh yeah, no question. >> whisper. [ camera shutter ] >> hi.
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nice to meet you, sir. i love your work. i'm such a huge fan. i've been watching you since i was a little girl. >> oh, thank you, thank you. >> "larry king live" is one of my favorite shows of all-time. >> well, i -- well, i -- uh. well, thank you. >> you're welcome, larry. >> celebrity. [ camera shutter ] >> i'm trying to decide which one of you guys is cuter? >> okay. >> you've got those midnight blue eyes. >> okay. >> but you, my friend, such nicely coifed hair, and a good soft grip. i can feel it on my arm right there. >> i don't know. >> between you two. i'm going with this guy. >> congratulations buddy. >> celebrit-ah! [ camera shutter ] >> hey, i finally took your advice. i watched "weekend at bernie's." >> oh, what did you think? >> brilliant. >> oh, good, good. >> i knew you'd like it. it's just the cinematography, and the actor that plays bernie -- >> he's perfect for the role. >> yes, he's perfect for the role. >> and he's dead the whole time. >> yes. wait, he was dead? >> i'm peggy hess. i'll see you next time on
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celebrity whispers. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: those are celebrity whispers. stick around. we'll be right back with more "late night" everybody, come on! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] next time, try a subway turkey blt or a fresh fit turkey melt, merely 7 grams of fat each. subway. eat fresh.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. as i mentioned earlier, our show is going to the super bowl, and that's right, we're taking it on the road for the first time ever. we've never been outside of the studio. it's a lot of work, but everybody at the nfl and nbc sports have been great to us. i want to thank them again for letting us be a part of it all. it's a big deal. so, big shout out to all the guys at the nfl and nbc sports. you guys are awesome. [ cheers ] >> questlove: jimmy, jimmy, jimmy. i didn't know we were doing shout outs. can i do one? >> jimmy: sure, quest do you want to do a shout out? >> questlove: yeah, yeah, yeah, can i?
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yo, can i get some shoutout music? ♪ >> jimmy: all right. >> qusetlove: i want to give a shout out to art. and if you love art like i do, then you need to come in and check out this event it's called subculture april 19th, april 20th at the brooklyn academy of music. it's an interactive event about music, and new media, plus i'm the curator. and what's better than that? >> jimmy: there you go, i guess. yeah, nothing's better than that. that's pretty good. [ cheers ] that's pretty cool buddy, congrats. >> here's a better shout out -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: okay. kamal, go ahead. >> shout out to jalapeno peppers. the keep it hot! they transform any mediocre meal into a flaming flavor-filled fiesta of firey fantasticness, baby! i hope your tongue got the balls for these bad boys. pepper, hot sauce, move bitches, get out of my way. i love jalapenos so much, i like to ferment them and make them into fine wine. jalapeno-grigio, yeah, man!
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holla at ya peno! deuces! [ cheers ] >> jimmy: holla at ya peno? >> jimmy, let us do one! >> jimmy: oh, okay. ladies, go right ahead. [ talking over each other ] >> we want to holler at the delicious ass cookies. >> girl scout cookies, yo. >> that's right. >> you got a pain for a cookie, get at us. you want some samoas? done. tagalongs? delicious. you have vicious thin mints. do-si-dos? >> do-si-done. >> yeah. we got to sell these cookies. so we don't grow up to be like snookie. >> be prepared mother -- >> jimmy: all right ladies. later. thank you so much. i appreciate that, girls. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, girls. >> hey jimmy, can i have a shout out? >> jimmy: okay, go for it. >> i'd like to give a shout out to nuts. [ light laughter ]
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i love all kinds of nuts. i love big nuts, i like teeny tiny nuts, i even like putting two nuts in my mouth at one time. slap those bad boys in my mouth and just chomp, chomp, chomp. delicious nuts! >> jimmy: all right. just to be clear, you're talking about acorns and stuff? >> testicles. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i got it. okay, got it. [ cheers ] >> yo, jimmy. let me do shout out right quick. >> no problem. sure, tariq, go right ahead. >> shout out to the month of january. >> jimmy: oh, yeah! [ cheers ] >> i'm talking new year's resolutions, going sledding with the family, and play-off football. but when the game is on -- ♪ -- that's when game's on in my kitchen. i tackle my tailgating taste buds with my wild card wings. to make them, just bake chicken wings, glaze them with barbecue sauce, honey, ginger, and paprika.
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hope you're h-h-hungry. hey, you better go deep, because these wings are the bomb! you want a snack? i say wing it on. jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a fun recipe. what a fun recipe, tariq. i'm going to call you later and get that one. >> yeah, i bet you won't. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i will. i will. >> hey, allow me to do a shout out. >> jimmy: okay. sir, go for it. >> hi, i'm gary belafonte, and i want to give a shout out to my favorite quarterback, tim tebow! hey, why isn't everybody singing along with me, now. sing tebow! >> audience: ♪ tebow >> ♪ tebow >> audience: ♪ tebow >> ♪ game day come and he want to throw long ♪ ♪ tebow >> jimmy: okay, thank you so
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much. tebow, very very good. >> let me do a shout out, man. let me do a shout out, man. hey, man. >> jimmy: all right. why not go for it. go for it. >> yeah, man, what's up, man? shout out to love, man. love, man. yeah, love is lovely, man. so why all these celebrities breaking up, man? it don't make no sense, man. ashton and demi, come on, man. you all had a love that transcended age, man. my man. what's up, man? they broke up, man. katy perry and russell brand, man. man, they broke up, too, man. j. lo and marc anthony, man? oh, man. you all was both were singers, man. what happened, man? i'm talking about zooey -- no, nobody cares about that. [ laughter ] oh, kim kardashian, man, oh man, oh man, oh man, man. man, man, man. so sad. it's so sad, man.
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actually, so sad it makes me want to sing, man. ♪ quest -- yeah. good thing i had this. yeah. ♪ when i first heard the news i just couldn't believe that ashton could break up with demi ♪ ♪ can i marry katie perry and be her man i don't think you understand ♪ ♪ i'm in love, man i've been in love, man mum-a-lum-a-lum-a-lah ♪ ♪ love you plus me equals love, man ♪ ♪ so do the math, man you plus me equals love, man ♪ ♪ so do the math, man man, oh, man ♪ >> jimmy: very good, that's enough. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, man.
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>> ♪ you plus me >> jimmy: no, no, no, i got you. i got you, i got you. sit down, man. let me see if i got this right now. shout out to art, shout out to jalapenos, shout out to girl scout cookies -- [ cheers ] >> cookies in your hand! >> jimmy: all right. shout out to nuts. >> who doesn't love these nuts!? >> jimmy: okay. shout out to wild card wings. shout out to tebow. >> tebow! [ cheers ] >> jimmy: shout out to love. >> shout out to love, man. ♪ you -- >> jimmy: shout out to the nfl and nbc sports. we'll be right back with rosie o'donnell! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ so, this is my honda civic. not as much fun to drive as i thought it would be. people are selling their old rides, looking for something new. whoa, check this out, you guys. they are having way too much fun without me.
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>> jimmy: our first guest is a multiple emmy award-winning talk show host, actress, and comedian who just launched a brand-new show on oprah's own network, "the rosie show." please welcome back to our show the one and only, rosie o'donnell! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: rosie we love you. >> what a nice song choice. i want to thank quest for that song choice. i loved it. >> jimmy: they're very, very good. >> it was really good. >> jimmy: they love it. they're good, man. they love you. we love you. we miss you here. i know you're in chicago now. but you know, you come back and forth, right? >> i'm back and forth, because i have the kids here, you know. i can't just leave them alone. >> jimmy: no. >> so, i come back and forth. >> jimmy: do you miss it here? >> i do miss it, truthfully. but chicago is surprisingly nice. >> jimmy: yeah. >> have you spent any real time there? >> jimmy: no. like a weekend here and there.
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but, i loved it. i always have fun. >> i used to do stand up there a couple of years ago, you know. but, i also did "league of their own," we did like a month in chicago. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. [ cheers ] >> so, i was -- you know, 20 years since i've been there. but the streets are really wide. the people are very kind. everything's clean. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's like new york light. you know? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, it really is. >> when you get to be almost 50, like i am in march, you know, it's kind of a nice, kind of calmer city. >> jimmy: yeah. now, you had a -- you also have a place in miami. >> i do. i have a home there in miami. a big swanky movie star home. >> jimmy: but, you've had that for a while now. i've had it about 15 years. when my show was first on the air, i said to the people doing my money, tell me how to buy a house in miami. because i was a kid where, when you were rich on long island, you went to florida. we were never rich enough to go to florida. i never went to disney world until i was 35 years old. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, and let me tell you, after a 35-year wait, it's a disappointment. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> it's like a big gift shop with a couple of mouses. but i -- so, i always thought when i get to be, you know, successful, i'm going to buy a place in miami.
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and i used to rent a car and drive around star island, where i knew where gloria estefan lived. and i'd think, one day i'm going to live here. when they said i could buy any house, i bought the house right near gloria estefan. >> jimmy: that's great. and now you have all like, famous people as your neighbors. >> yeah. you don't see them often, but there's a lot of famous people. there's -- shaquille o'neal was there for a while. >> jimmy: we love him too. >> yeah, he's good. and there's a -- >> p. diddy lives there. did is a neigh. >> jimmy: now, did -- did. >> p. >> jimmy: his friends call him did. >> diddy diddy. did's a neighbor. but i never see him. in 15 years of living there. >> jimmy: well there's a big -- you had a big new year's eve story that went down with diddy this year. >> i certainly did. >> jimmy: yeah. >> well, you know, my kids are now getting to be you know, teenagers. and they're aware of the fact that the party that we've been like watching for 12 years is now -- it's his party. now, they were little, and they didn't really get it. every midnight, you hear fireworks. it's like right in our property, it's two houses over. and it's loud and noisy. and well, this year they know, they go, "mom, that's diddy's
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party. they have a huge thing. can we be invited?" like, we can't be invited, honey, i don't know him. i saw picture of you and him at the kid's choice awards, yeah, 21 years ago. [ laughter ] i don't know him. >> jimmy: i don't think he was diddy back then, either. >> he was puff the magic dragon. >> jimmy: puff the magic dragon, then. [ laughter ] yeah he was, yeah he was. he was tough. >> but he was always sweet. he was always a nice guy. but i never saw him. so, my daughter says to me, you know, this is so disappointing, she's 9, my 17-year-old son puts it on facebook, i'm going to diddy's party. i can't wait to go. i'm like, you're not going to get into diddy's party. you're dreaming. christmas eve day i take my 9-year-old daughter to target, we come back from -- with our pt cruiser, that's how hip i am, the top was down -- >> jimmy: top down. >> and we see two very handsome african-american men in very expensive sweat suits stretching right by my property. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i'm thinking to myself, wouldn't it be weird if that was p. diddy. after all this -- and vivvy, my daughter says, very loudly, "what does p. diddy look like?" >> jimmy: top is down. >> the top is down. >> jimmy: the top is down. >> handsome, gorgeous man stretching.
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>> jimmy: yep. >> he looks up, and says, "hey, ro, it's sean." i'm like, "hey, sean, how are you doing?" vivvy goes, "i knew you knew him!" [ laughter ] "i knew you knew him!" i'm like, "oh crap, here we go." so, he's so charming. he's so nice, he smells delicious. he casually says, "what are you doing tonight?" i said, "oh, nothing. we usually just hang at home. you know, i have the kids here." and he said, "well, why don't you bring the kids?" i said, "well, you know, i've got the four kids and i've got my partner." and you know, he goes, "no, no, my kids are going to be there. hang, come here, it will be so much fun." my daughter acts like she scored a touchdown in the super bowl! yes! >> jimmy: oh, my god! >> yes! >> jimmy: oh my god! >> she runs in the house, tells everyone. my kids are over the moon. so, my partner michelle says to me, "honey, what's the dress attire?" i said, "oh, i don't know. it seemed very casual. he said we could bring the kids. i think this year because we're all getting older he's probably just having a little family get-together." >> jimmy: oh, no, no, no. this is diddy though this is the did. >> it's the did. >> jimmy: it's the did. >> okay. so my daughter takes her little motorized scooter --
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>> jimmy: cute. >> -- scooters over to his house, at 6:15 p.m. unbeknownst to me, gets in as they're setting up the catering and says, "what time should i be here with my mother and my siblings?" and the cleaning woman tells her 10:30. 10:45, we walk over in what was our best attire. my children had on their new christmas sneakers. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i had on my basic ro frump. michelle looks gorgeous because she's tiny and pretty. and we get to the front door and the paparazzi guy says "would you mind taking a photo with the shahrukh liquor car?" >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i say, "oh no problem. sure." and we take a picture with the ciroq liquor car. we then walk over to the four very handsome doormen. >> jimmy: yeah. >> big guys, nice suits. i look for that moment of celebrity recognition. do you ever do that, jim? >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. where you sort of smile, you have a moment of -- >> jimmy: anyone? anyone? do i know anyone here? >> do you know me at all? i almost want to put on a thicker accent and say, how you doing?
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you know, like, to think -- but, this guy was having none of it. he looks at me and then he looks at my kids and then looks at me, and i said "rosie o'donnell." and he takes this form, this is what he did. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you and the kids are waiting like this? >> yeah, sorry, no. >> jimmy: no. >> sorry, no. >> and i said, "sorry?" and i said, sorry? he goes, no, you can't get in, you're not on the list. and my daughter, 9 years old, "excuse me, but p. diddy invited me himself, yesterday in my pt cruiser while he stretching after he took a run, and he has a daughter the same age and he said we can play." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> meantime, i'm watching people getting out of bentleys, and maybachs, which i didn't even know was a car, i thought it was a throat lozenger. they're wearing -- [ laughter ] it's like the oscars. they're blinged out of control. and i'm thinking, this is not going well. so, they guys says, i'll go try
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to find someone. but, he didn't. he had a job to do. so, after like 30 seconds, i said, we've got to go. we've got to go. let's go home. it was the longest walk home. we live three houses from him. my son is still not speaking to me. he's 17 years old. now, sean found out the next day, he rented out an entire movie theater for my whole family and all their friends in downtown south beach. how nice is that, right? >> jimmy: oh, he's a great guy. >> so, i say to parker, i go, "listen, you know what he did, honey. he rented out" -- he said, "unless rihanna is going to sit next to me and share a popcorn, i don't give a [ bleep ]" [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: come on! >> i know, right? horrible. but now they tease me. now, they're like, we know, go to pizza uno. you think you can get us in mom? >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. what do you say, mom? >> jimmy: throw your name around. here's a great picture right here. here's you and the family. >> oh, there we are. look at us. dressed for the black tie. [ cheers and applause ] that's us. >> jimmy: i love it. >> this is when they're smiling. this is when they thought they were getting in. >> jimmy: yeah, very happy. >> look at them. oh, my god, rihanna! almost rihanna.
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this is the best night of my life. holy [ bleep ] get me out of here. [ laughter ] why are we underdressed. that's what it was. >> jimmy: that is brilliant. i want to talk about the show on own. congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i love it. it's a talk show format, but it's so -- it's weird to put a different spin on it or say that. >> we're trying to, you know. >> jimmy: you do. >> it's a hard thing to do. because i did my own for six years, and i wanted to try to -- >> jimmy: you do it well, by the way. >> thank you. >> you hit a grand slam with the show. >> thank you very much. thank you. [ applause ] >> it's really fun to do. >> jimmy: so now i watch this, and i'm like, now you're starting a brand-new thing. you come out -- it's almost like you do stand-up. >> yeah. because they said, we want you to do a monologue. and i tried on my other show to do a monologue, but i don't know what to do with my hands. like, you're good. remember how great carson was at it. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> i never know what to do with my hands. so i need the mike in order to do anything similar to stand-up comedy. so we tried that. we tried that at the beginning to get a little but of stand up in there. but now we're going to go day of, the way you guys do. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we tape it this afternoon, it's on tonight. and for this kind of show you have to do it. initially because we were in chicago, we were going to bulk
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tape. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. dr. oz does that. >> exactly. so, now we're just going to do day of, so we can actually, you know -- >> be topical. >> -- the news and all those kind of things. >> jimmy: i love it. how's oprah? >> she's fantastic. >> jimmy: is she cool? is she around all the time? >> no, but she did come to my house in order to give me the job. >> jimmy: she came to your house? >> yeah, because i was having a deal. i was going to sign actually with nbc to go back to daytime. i kept saying, does oprah need anyone? does oprah need anyone? you know? and finally, like the day before i was going to sign, i get a phone call, are you serious? you want to do it for oprah's network? i said, "yes, i do." they said why? i said, "well because she's oprah." they're like, "okay let me call you back." they called and said, "she will be there tomorrow at 10:00 a.m." it was like 10:00 p.m. my publicist shows up with brand new matching platters, silverware, napkin rings, cleans the entire place, puts flowers in everything. my daughter, vivvy, is there. oprah walks in, she walks over to her and says, nice to meet you, oprah winfrey, our house is never this fancy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: kids are awesome. >> kids are awesome. >> jimmy: kids are awesome.
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>> so, she had a four-hour meeting and we talked about what i would do. and as she was leaving, she's like, well, let's do this. and i gave her a hug, and she gave me a hug. and i looked her in the face and said, "now, tell me the truth, was this a crazy check? did you come here to see if i was insane?" she goes, "pretty much, yes." [ laughter ] i said, okay. >> jimmy: at least you're being honest. i love it. >> listen i would do the same thing. [ applause ] >> jimmy: when we come back, rosie and i are going to play a game, you guys. it's going to be fun. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] there are over half a million apps and counting on the iphone. apps that can take you anywhere and do anything. you might say there's no limit to what this amazing device can do. so the question to ask is -- why would anyone want to limit the iphone? [ phone beeping ] we don't. truly unlimited data for your iphone, trouble hearing on the phone? only from sprint. visit
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. i'm here with my pal, rosie o'donnell. oh, we love her. [ cheers and applause ] and we're going to play "catch phrase." it goes like this. rosie and i have partners from the audience. this is my partner paige. and rosie's partner is amy. and rosie is going to kick us off by pressing start this buzzer. and drawing a clue from the top of this pile over here. the goal is to get your partner to guess the catch phrase. you say anything except the part of the clue that's on this thing. you can get physical, make whatever gestures you want to do. once they guess the clue, hand off the ticking buzzer to me, or the -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, the opposite team. there's no passing once you have the word. you have to do that word. whoever's left holding the buzzer loses when the time goes off. you'll see what it is. >> it's a lot of stress. >> jimmy: a lot of stress. >> okay. >> jimmy: the first team to win two rounds is the winner. >> okay. >> jimmy: let's take our position. >> all, right.
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>> jimmy: here we go. very good -- mood lighting. >> i wish they had the "dun dun duh." >> jimmy: yeah, yeah --a lot of money. okay, very good. all right. rosie, you hit start. and then pull the first clue off there and go for it. >> start. go! okay. [ beeping ] this looks larger when i'm looking through this thing. >> a magnifying glass. >> yes! >> jimmy: okay. uh -- uh -- there's a bunch of -- it's a type of cookie. it's in a box. and things you see in a zoo. >> animal cookies. animal crackers. >> jimmy: yes! >> okay. let's say we're going to play a game outside, we're at the beach. so we need to draw one of these in -- >> a line in the sand! >> yes! >> jimmy: ah! hurry up, hurry up! more, before we go! go, go, go! [ faster beeping ] >> when something, elmo, is the first word. >> jimmy: tickle me elmo! tickle me pink! >> when somebody's, like a lady is really what? >> jimmy: slutty? [ laughter ] >> no. -- drinking with a pinky up. >> jimmy: classy?
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fancy? tickle my fancy. >> oh [ bleep ] >> jimmy: yes! [ sad tuba ] wait, do we get that? oh, my gosh! [ shouting ] >> jimmy: that is true. that is true. you're right. we forgot, we do have to pass the buzz. >> interesting. we'll give you the points. >> jimmy: no, no. oh my gosh. i'm so stressed out right now. "tickle me slutty" is not a thing anyone says. [ laughter ] >> this is how women are? -- slutty. >> jimmy: i didn't know! i thought she was trying to act like that. >> no, i understood what you meant. i totally did. that would be one point for you. cheater. [ laughter ] i will start again. we need this to win or else we've been shutout. >> jimmy: here you go. focus. we can do this. >> paige, focus. here we go. [ beeping ] this is when you don't have the right driver's license. >> fake i.d. >> jimmy: okay. not briefs, but -- >> panties? [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: no, no, for men. >> boxers! >> jimmy: yeah, thank you. >> when we celebrate, we might throw our in the air -- >> bra! >> high five. [ talking over each other ] >> when you're blank and -- when it's a vegetable that you eat. when you're hot. and it's sauce in a pot. and it's a vegetable. >> jimmy: cold? >> no, it's close but -- >> jimmy: gazpacho? [ faster beeping ] >> it's a long vegetable. >> jimmy: a long vegetable? carrot? celery? >> its green. >> jimmy: long green -- cucumber. cold as a cucumber. >> no, the other word. [ buzzer ] >> thank the lord! >> jimmy: cold as a cucumber. >> cool! >> jimmy: i'm so sorry. >> cool. >> jimmy: of course. cool as a cucumber. i'm the most uncool guy. cold as a cucumber. you idiot, no. >> at least you didn't say as cool as a slutty cucumber. >> jimmy: she thought i wore panties for god's sake. >> no, that was kind of fun.
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distracting -- >> jimmy: panties? close. >> is it a thong, jimmy? okay, ready? here we go. i'm going to start. go. [ beeping ] all, right. this is what you get at kentucky fried -- >> chicken. >> but it doesn't get raised in a cage. >> free range chicken. >> yes. >> jimmy: good one. okay. you're consciousness -- it's three words. [ faster beeping ] it's a group. not nickelback. it's a locomotive on -- >> a train. >> jimmy: last word is, if i'm thinking it is a -- >> secret. >> jimmy: no -- >> thought? train of thought. >> jimmy: yes! >> oh! not -- not --big, or, no. another word for big. >> huge. >> no. >> large. >> it's a seafood. >> king crab! bubblegum shrimp! >> no, another -- >> deep-fried shrimp! >> no. it's huge, it's giant! >> king sized shrimp! king prawn. >> it's huge, it's giant! >> fat people!
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what!? fat shrimp. [ shouting ] >> no. >> fat, enormously fat! >> jimmy: all, right. we've got to go. [ sad tuba ] paige, we got the win. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ "the rosie show" airs weeknights at 7 p.m. on the own network. donnie wahlberg joins us next. rosie o'donnell everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ imagine your teeth are giant glass sculptures covered in yellow graffiti. ♪ most whitening toothpastes only remove stains from the surface of your teeth, but there's also a layer beneath called dentin. dentin discolors over time. rembrandt deeply white toothpaste uses the same enamel-safe whitening ingredient dentists use to noticeably whiten teeth from the inside and out. rembrandt deeply white. whiten inside and out. you know you're getting our lowest price.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest was a founder of the super group new kids on the block, and is also a highly regarded actor on both the big and small screen. he co-stars with tom selleck. and bridget moynahan in the hit series "blue bloods" which airs friday at 10:00 p.m. on cbs. please welcome back to our show, donnie wahlberg! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we love you buddy, thanks for coming back. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you look great. thank you for coming back to our show, buddy. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i appreciate it. we just had your brother, mark, on the show. >> yeah. i watched. >> jimmy: he was here for "contraband." oh, you watched? you saw. >> yeah. i like when he talked about us playing in my band playing his prison that he was in. >> jimmy: that was interesting. >> i played in two prisons that two of my different brothers were in, in new kids. in our early --
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we took any gig we could get when we were 15 and 16 and trying to make it. >> jimmy: i would never let a new kids near a prison if i was the manager. how old were you? >> we were like 15, 16. we used to play birthdays, barrooms, bar mitzvahs, prisons. wherever we could get a gig. we would do it. >> jimmy: your one brother, he promotes shows from prison. >> yeah, he was in prison. and he asked the warden if we could come in. he was rehabilitating himself. so he asked the warden if we could come in and play. we were just kids. we had a little record on the radio in boston. nobody really knew us. the key was i had the guys smuggle in cigarettes. the way to get to the inmates they like to smoke. >> jimmy: sure. >> 15, 16, 17-year-old kids going into a prison is not really a good thing. >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> at best it's going to be scared straight, at the worst it's going to be -- >> jimmy: could be frightening. >> jerry sandusky times a hundred. [ audience oohs ] but the thing is, we smuggled in cigarettes. and we threw them out to the inmates in the middle of the show. which the cigarettes were actually contraband. we got in trouble.
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but, the inmates loved us. >> jimmy: oh, by the end they're like -- ♪ oh, oh ooh oh, oh, ooh ♪ >> they were. >> jimmy: they're going for it. >> and if we've seen little girls scream for us and women scream for us. but, to see a whole prison screaming for us, like little girls, it was impressive. >> jimmy: that's awesome. but, i love that you're tight with your brother. how big is the family? >> there are nine of us. >> jimmy: nine wahlbergs. >> yes. >> jimmy: and i think this is a cool thing. and i'm very excited about this because it smells good. you opened your own restaurant. >> we did. mark came monday and didn't even bring you any wahlburgers. so, i -- had some flown in. >> jimmy: wahlburgers. >> wahlburgers. >> jimmy: this is genius, by the way. >> this is good stuff. >> jimmy: look at this. >> sweet potato tots. we got the burger, this is an "our" burger. it's got government cheese -- >> jimmy: government cheese. >> when you grow up with nine kids in the family -- we don't really have any money. we had free cheese, and so we took the free cheese from our childhood and we put it on the burger. of course, we charge 50 cents for the slice. >> jimmy: yeah, still, doesn't matter. someone's got to make money off of this. >> it's the same cheese. >> jimmy: i got to try a bite of
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this. all the way from boston, right? >> yeah, it just flown in right now. my buddy, money, just flew it down, just for you. and also, hold on, you got to have -- >> jimmy: -- wahlburger. >> this is our own beer that we have at the restaurant, it's wahlbrewski. >> jimmy: no. hilarious. wahlbrewsky. >> wahlbrewsky. >> jimmy: all right, i'm going to go with this. >> that's mayonnaise-free, by the way. just for you. >> jimmy: thank you, my friend. >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow. it's delicious. >> i'm going to eat one, too. hold on. >> jimmy: dude, i love wahlburgers. how do you -- i know kind of how, wahlberg, wahlburgers. >> were you going to say how did we come up with the name? >> jimmy: did it start as a joke? >> that's what everybody called us growing up, it was, "hey, wahlburger, or ronald mcdonald. they called us junior jail bird, me and my brother mark, because -- [ laughter ] -- because my older brother was always in jail. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> we'd walk down the street they would say, "hey, junior jail bird." >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: well, junior jail bird should be like a smaller burger on the menu. [ laughter ] i'll have a junior jail bird, please. >> it was that or wahlburger. >> jimmy: this is genius. i can not wait to go to wahlburgers. it tastes delicious.
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i've got to talk about "blue bloods," because you're killing it. with my man tom selleck. god, i love that dude. >> thank you. >> jimmy: he's a good man. he's a man's man, that guy. he's like 8'9." [ scattered applause ] is he 9'10." how old is he? how tall is he? -- >> he looks like he's about 14 feet tall. >> jimmy: he's a giant dude. >> it's his presence, though, he has such a magnetism. i didn't say magnum-tism, i said magnetism. >> jimmy: magnum-tism is pretty good too. >> he has such a presence. he just -- he really is that sort of larger than life person. when he walks into a room, the room stops. i told him he should run for president. but, he doesn't want to. >> jimmy: people love him. well, i mean, you're killing it on the show. congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it's fridays at 10:00. >> fridays at 10:00. >> jimmy: we have a clip of donnie wahlberg. here he is. check him out. >> are you huffing glue or something? we got a call of a 10-13. where is the police officer? >> that's what we don't know, that's what i'm trying to tell you. all we got is this guy. witness says the owner was working the counter when he went down. and he's gone too. >> okay, so there was a cop here and now there's not.
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what is the 10-13 about? somebody trying to screw around with us? >> talk to him, okay? he called 911, says he saw a cop walk in right before the shooting. then he saw the cop walk out. so it's the cop that fled the scene of the crime. >> fantastic. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our thanks to donnie wahlberger. go to the wahlburgers, if you're in boston. it's really good. robin thicke performs after the break. stick around you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: our next guest is a hit-making artist and producer. he's here tonight to play his new single "pretty little heart" from his latest album "love after war." please welcome, robin thicke! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ baby you got me don't worry your pretty little heart i said baby ♪ ♪ you got me don't worry your pretty little heart ♪ ♪ tell me something sweet tell me something nice tell me something good baby tell me it's alright ♪ ♪ tell me that you love me tell me you'll be there i get so worried sometimes the world will ♪ ♪ not be there tell me that i'm sexy like i was before tell me that i got it ♪ ♪ that you want it even more tell me that you'll never ever ever leave me side side ♪ ♪ tell me cause you know i need to hear it every night
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baby you got me don't worry your ♪ ♪ pretty little heart i said baby you got me don't worry your pretty little heart ♪ ♪ tell me who you with tell me where you work tell me did you go out and start talking ♪ ♪ to some girl i want to believe you you know how hard i try after all we've ♪ ♪ been through it's so hard to say goodbye tell me that the future is getting brighter now ♪ ♪ tell me that we'll make it that we'll make it somehow tell me it's forever that we'll never part ♪ ♪ tell me that you'll never break my pretty little heart and i said baby you got me don't worry your ♪ ♪ pretty little heart and i said baby you got me don't worry your pretty little heart ♪ ♪ tell me it isn't money tell me i'm a star tell me that you'll never break ♪
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♪ my pretty little heart say you'll take me places everything's okay tell me cause you know ♪ ♪ i need that pump up everyday tell me that somebody won't get in our way ♪ ♪ tell me that the chance i take won't blow up in my face tell me that you'll do it ♪ ♪ that you'll do it real i'll leave you if you break my pretty little heart i will ♪ and i said baby you got me don't worry your pretty little heart i said ♪ ♪ baby you got me don't worry your pretty little heart i said baby you got me ♪ ♪ don't worry your pretty little heart and i said baby you got me ♪ ♪ don't worry your pretty little heart come on now i love you baby ♪


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